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. >>> it is the biggest u.s .- russia spy swap since the cold war. pinkston reports for wjz. >> reporter: one by one, all ten admitted they had used false identities and pled guilty to being russian spies. then the judge signed off on an agreement that forced the spies to leave the u.s. immediately. the attorney for suspect anna chapman retains that she is not a spy. >> she's admit that is she failed to register as an agent of a foreign government. >> but she was trying to get information for a foreign government, russia. >> reporter: none of the people were providing information -- >> none of the people were providing information that could not be ready obtained by internet. >> reporter: four people in custody in russia will be sent back here. among them spy yugo who passed details to u.s. these are a good deal for both spy. >> we add administrated a spy. federal officials have not revealed what if anything secrets the spies passed to moscow. but officials do not believe any information was revealed. >>> mta is taking new action to address problems head on. wjz is live at penn station. new at 11:00, k
for wjz on the latest. >> reporter: this is logar, the reach wherein two u.s. sailors disappeared in afghanistan. a massive air and ground search is under way to find them. representatives told cbs news they've been take ton a secure -- taken to a secure location. two navy service members left their base in kabul friday then disappeared in the logar province, a region crawling with taliban fighters. the local afghan chief said fighters tried to stop the sailor's vehicle, but when it kept going, insurgents opened fire and the troops shot back. the only u.s. soldier believed to be held by the taliban is from i'd owe. he disappeared in 2009 and only reappeared on videos posted by the taliban. while troops search for the serviceman, others continue to come under attack. although troops survived this roadside bomb attack with only minor injuries, the u.s. military says five american soldiers have been killed in separate bomb attacks saturday. last month was the deadliest for u.s. forces in afghanistan since the war began. now american troops can only hope their two missing colleagues
-profile russian prisoners is back on u.s. soil and may be returning to his home in comeysville. weijia jiang has the latest. >> reporter: many are wrapping their heads around the fact that one of the prisoners could be returning to the state to live. 59-year-old alexander spent the past seven years in a russian prison. on friday, the former kgb colonel flew into dulles international airport. he's one of four convicted of spying for the west, released by moscow in the biggest spy swap since the cold war. thousands of miles away, quiet cockeysville is what he called home since 1997. he once lived in this upscale private community on high field court and still owns a house on willow vista way where his son and family live where neighbors can't believe an espionage drama has any baltimore county ties. >> when you find out it's on your street it's shocking. >> reporter: he's long been suspected of helping the u.s. identify two notorious spies. >> whose activities on behalf of the russians cost american lives. i consider the man to be an american hero. >> reporter: when he was convicted in 2003, neigh
with emily but came back to the u.s. a few days earlier are determined to continue their work in uganda. >> i am definitely going back now. i need to go back and just see all my friends there. >> god is bigger than evil. and that good comes from god. >> i am thankful to be alive. because if i would have been sitting two seats to the left i would have lost my life. because our friend becky, she's from uganda, she didn't make it. >> reporter: there are at least four missionaries with the maryland teenager who are all getting treatment. they are all expected to survive, we do not know when they will be back in the u.s. >> okay, kelly. thank you very much. this is the first time terrorist groups has attacked outside of somalia. today the group promises to kill again if troops do not leave uganda. >>> teshambe shot brown two times at a club. >>> rape suspect on the lose, police are asking for you help to find this man anthony robinson. robinson forced a 24-year-old woman into his car. he then allegedly drove her to a secluded area where he allegedly raped her. anyone with information is asked to c
to gather intelligence here. holder defended the decision to return the spies to the u.s. calling it a good move by the u.s. >>> the teenage fugitive known as the barefoot bandage has finally been caught. colton morris is behind bars in the bahamas. he committed crimes while barefoot. police believe he's stolen cars, boats, and airplanes even though he's never had flying lessons. >>> health workers are launching studies to see how they performed during the h1n1 outbreak. >> reporter: this year gets a flu shot was part of the job. >> everybody i know got shots. >> reporter: she remembers how health workers spread the word. >> we had notices on the buses and notices put in public places about washing your hands. i think the health department did a good job. >> reporter: after hosting hundredsover h1n1 flu clinics, that's the kind of feed back they are looking for and they are asking for marylanders to chime in. >> did they get the flu shot, why didn't they get it, why not. what we're trying to do is learn from the experience of last year. >> reporter: that's because doctors say the h1n1 flu i
or in the ocean floor itself. it still ranks as one of the worse environment disaster in u.s. history. as many as 100 million gallons of oil are in the gulf. >> we don't know yet whether the oil will stay bottled in the cap or bp will funnel it out to the surface. >>> a baltimore man walked off a plane at vwi and hands right in handcuffs. that's because he was using a dead man's passport. wjz is live, and kelly mcpherson reports on how police caught up to him. >> reporter: the man was traveling outside of the country using a passport that was issued in 2005 but who's information belonged to a man who died in 1994. the state department says a man who lives here in federal hill has been traveling internationally with a stolennen identity and passport for five years. the criminal complaint says john skelton of england applied for a passport with the name of england. felton had the fraudulent passport within two days. >> it's really ridiculous. especially with the security we're supposed to have in this country right now. that just shows that nobody could be who they say they are. >> reporter: ske
the insurgency. the source of the leak is a u.s. army analyst who was recently arrested in iraq. >>> u.s. and nato forces are searching eastern afghanistan for two missing american forces. one was killed in a gunfight and one had been captured. american officials are stopping and searching vehicles currently trying to find the men. >>> now to the gulf of mexico where there has been major developments tonight. in fact, we're learning that the ceo of bp could be replaced at any moment. kenneth gibson reports tonight for wjz. >> cbs news has learned bp's chief executive is expected to step down sometime after monday's board of director's meeting. a spokesperson said tony hayward remains the ceo of bp. he has the confident of the board and senior management. dudley was considered for ceo in 2007 but lost out to hayward. dudley is an american born just 65 miles from the gulf coast. as the news of hayward's departure started circulating, the government's point man for the spill, thad allen detailed his job. but all along the gulf coast talk turned to hayward. >> if you're the captain of the sh
courtesy of weekly. eagles in the hole, and then from california, second action u.s. open for the ladies. christie mcpherson. i checked about this, she is not related, she's not related to kelly. but she drains that long put to 11th. then the rains came and delayed all activity. hopefully until tomorrow on the u.s. open in the l pga tour. >>> and the bikes getting repaired, in motion, bikes in need of repair after taking wicked tumbles. fabio consarela you saw him there. and barrero of spain and varcosa throwing punches. lance armstrong in 18th place. by a deficit 2.5 minutes after the lead. >>> play of the day, here it comes, boston's hardy. on the opposite end of the court. derrick favor in the net. beat the celtics 86-58. that mr. vic is spsp [ male announcer ] achin' for steak & bacon? try the subway steak & bacon melt. tender juicy steak, sizzlin' hot bacon, fresh veggies on a blanket of bubbly cheese on freshly baked bread. and when morning rolls around, the new steak and bacon muffin melt with fluffy egg, melted cheese, and, oh yeah, bacon. all on a fresh toasted english muffin.
with disabilities visit verizon.com/fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> the u.s. top general in afghanistan doesn't mince words as he looks ahead to his new mission. >> this is a tough mission. there is nothing easy about it, but working together, we can achieve progress and we can achieve our mutual objectives. >> general david petraeus will formally assume command of the troops on sunday. supporters believe he'll be able to curb rising violence in afghanistan. the president wants to start withdrawing troops next summer. >>> vice president joe biden will spend his holiday weekend in the middle east as he makes a surprise visit to iraq. biden landed in baghdad earlier today. officials say he'll meet with u.s. troops and urge political rivals to hammer out an agreement and establish a replacement government soon. >>> back here in the u.s., passengers on board a massachusetts ferry may think twice before ever leaving dry land again. more 170 people were whale watching this afternoon when suddenly the ferry ran aground near the boston harbor. witnesses say the impact threw dozens of people from her
effect. u.s. federal judge susan boll ton ruled they tread too far on federal responsibility. they require a police officer to determine the immigration status they have pulled over for another reason. she also blocked the section requiring immigrants to carry their papers all the time and the part that makes illegal workers to. >> today's ruling is victorious first step. >> reporter: but arizona's governor january brewer who signed the law says the battle is far from over. >> we are going to continue to request that we get heard on this and that the citizens of arizona are protected. >> reporter: the ruling sets out what could be a lengthy legal battle that could reach the highest court in the lands. it's a victory for the obama administration. the justice department was one of several suits to file -- it has drawn from both sides of the border. held a protest before the decision was announced. >> reporter: mexico's foreign minister calls it a first step in the right direction. supporters do have one bit of solace. the judge kept small parts of the law intact but only made s
the entire interview with the governor on our website wjz.com. >>> u.s. airways flight 2032 was delayed because of bad weather. both the fbi and tsa were called after a manmade threatening comments. >>> storms caused major delays for metro commuters. strong winds broke down a power line. trapping 30 metro passengers for nearly three hours. pepco was brought in to deenergize the wire. >>> tests are being conducted to confirm the grizzly bear wide life officials captured is the ones that attacked several campers near yellow stone national park killing one person. one of the campers survived the attack. >> i was sound asleep, a split second before the attack, something caused me to wake up. >> reporter: deb was in her camp when the bear began to attack her. >> i screamed, he bit harder. i screamed harder. he continued to bite and shake my arm and he bit my leg. >> there was no getting away. >> i don't know if you want to call it instinct, but something inside me said, i want to live. and i told myself, play dead. and i went totally limp. as soon as i went limp, i could feel his jaws get lo
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